Google’s Pixel Watch 2 promises improved battery life and increased performance thanks to its Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Plus chip. Google engineers would also have looked into the charging speed of the connected watch.
Google let us take a look at the Pixel Watch 2, through a video posted on Youtube a few days ago. If the clip allowed us to glimpse some details of the connected watch made in Mountain View, the release of which is expected on October 4, little information has filtered regarding its specifications. In addition to having obtained the details of the colors available for the 4G-LTE and WiFi/Bluetooth models and their bracelets, Droid Life also discovered the appearance of a new line of Sport headbands.
According to rumor, the Pixel Watch 2 will offer the same choice of colors for the case than what is currently found on the Google online store for the Pixel Watch, namely Champagne Gold, Matte Black Case, and Polished Silver for the WiFi and 4G/WiFi versions. The great innovation, at least at the aesthetic level, will reside in a new choice of bracelet.
The Pixel Watch 2 will have new bracelets and slightly faster charging
According to the site, as is the case for the current model, the Pixel Watch 2 will come with an Active bracelet, in Hazelnut color if you choose a Golden Champagne case, Obsidian if you opt for a Matte Black case, and a choice of White or Bay, probably a cool green or brown color, if you opt for a Polished Silver case. This last option will lead to 18 the number of bracelets available for the Google connected watch.
It is probably in his bowels that the Pixel Watch 2 will welcome the most changes. A USB-C fast charging cable might be included in the box. Even if the notion of fast charging is not the same depending on whether we are talking about a smartwatch or a smartphone, it should indeed be easy for Google to offer something faster and more powerful than the 5W of USB-C magnetic charging cable currently sold with the Pixel Watch.